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  1. Thanks, I will look into that.

    Thanks, I will look into that.
  2. I guess I should say that the OCD in me does not...

    I guess I should say that the OCD in me does not like that in my case it is not symmetrical. The tank was moved rearward and the filler is through the floor of the trunk because the car is tubbed. ...
  3. Thank you, she does get quite a few thumbs up...

    Thank you, she does get quite a few thumbs up when I'm out and about. Here is a picture from the front.
  4. Agreed, when they do go bad, I will probably...

    Agreed, when they do go bad, I will probably upgrade to a fuel injection pump and run a return from my regulator. When I had my tank out recently to fix an issue, I welded in a return fitting since...
  5. Yes, same for me. I'm just not a huge fan of the...

    Yes, same for me. I'm just not a huge fan of the view of the plumbing from the rear.
  6. . Current motor is a 454 with 315cc...

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    Current motor is a 454 with 315cc Edelbrock RPM heads, 10.5:1, never had it on the dyno, so not sure. My butt is guessing 650ish, I'm back and forth on adding a 150 shot. Car has an M21,...
  7. Anyone make a stock location 1/2" Fuel Sending unit / Pickup for a '56?

    I tried searching the forum and the internet and have been unable to locate a 1/2" fuel sending unit / pickup and return for my 1956 Bel Air. My car is tubbed, the frame rails are moved inboard as...
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    Aloha from Hawaii

    1956 Bel Air here in Hawaii. 454, M21 (super Muncie Case), 9" ford (shortened), 31x18.5 Mickey Thompsons.

    Aloha to all.

    Jared
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